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Connecting the Mind to the Emotions

Children experience feelings long before they learn how to process them. Painful or traumatic events that happen in childhood often produce long-lasting feelings of fear, shame, guilt, envy, hurt, abandonment, embarrassment, loneliness, disappointment, and rejection. Because these emotions are difficult to face, a child may not want to think about them or even admit to having them. In some homes, a pattern exists of not talking about personal feelings and so the child learns not to share his/her pain.

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